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  • in reply to: DIY Pallet garden beds #1910
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    Palletable food. love it!

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    in reply to: BUT WHICH ONES DO YOU ACTUALLY END UP USING! #1909
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    I’m hoping that Kevin will make use of the shower at some time in the near future, but in the meantime he is getting lots of use out of the beer cart!

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    in reply to: Safety?? #1908
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    As you know many things in TV land are edited. Those open toed shoe shots are done in post.

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    in reply to: beer bottle glass trick #1502
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    I haven’t tried that one yet but have seen the videos. I was surprised at how easily and cleanly the bottles broke using our home made cutter and hot water, although truth be told we had about a 50% success rate. I think the key is to be patient. Get one clean score line (not multiple passes) and then go slowly with the hot water.

    If you try the burning line method let me know how it goes- we always need more bar stemware!

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    in reply to: Blender Bike #1501
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    Hi Lydia,

    The blender bike is eagerly awaiting the summer season. There are a few good sources of info for making your own. Check out http://www.instructables.com/id/Bike-Blender/
    this one moves and blends at the same time, which at the cottage on the bumpy dirt roads would be messy, but if you live in town could be a good way to cruise.

    All the best and happy blending,

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    in reply to: Beercart? #1476
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    If we do another season of Brojects we have been talking about doing an episode on home brew. I’ve wanted to try making spruce tip beer for a while. Guess the time is now for those tips.

    Send samples of your own home brew to us. We will be sure to try each and every one 🙂

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    in reply to: Beercart? #1381
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    Hi all. The beer cart relies on ice in a home made bucket cooler. On a hot summer day we get about 1 day out of the ice. We looked at lots of different cooling methods (reusable cooler packs, refridgeration etc.) but in the end it seemed like a bag of ice was the simplest and perhaps the best.

    Needless to say the beercart is the most used of all the brojects thus far!

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    in reply to: Favorite Brojects #1376
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    Hi Conrad. Glad to hear you like the show! Brojects is just a year old as a TV show but Kevin and I have been building stuff for the better part of a decade. First project was a canoe made of recycled oil drums with kegs for outriggers and beer on tap in the boat. We called it the Stout Rigger. It may not be up to transport Canada standards for alcohol onboard a vessel.

    All the best

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